For Sales Tax Newbies after Quill

For Sales Tax Newbies after Quill

ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail Many online sellers have never thought about sales tax compliance in states other than their own. If the things you sell are taxable in your state, you collect sales tax. If not, you don’t.Even if you sell in other states, you...
Nexus after the Overturn of Quill

Nexus after the Overturn of Quill

ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail Do you have to collect sales tax on goods and services in other states? The first question you’ll need to consider is whether the things you’re selling are taxable in the jurisdictions where you’re selling them.You...
After Quill: What Will Change and What Won’t?

After Quill: What Will Change and What Won’t?

ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail The Supreme Court’s Wayfair decision has overturned Quill, the landmark 1992 decision that allowed online sellers not to charge sales tax. “This changes everything!” is a natural reaction. That’s probably...
Direct Sellers and the End of Quill

Direct Sellers and the End of Quill

ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail Multilevel marketing, party plan, relationship selling, direct sales — whatever you call it, the modern version of a Tupperware party will be affected by a recent decision by the Supreme Court. Until the decision on a case...